There’s no limit to what you can find in a dream home — incredible views, amazing amenities, architecture that boggles the imagination. And any of them can be yours, if you’ve got the money.
We took a look at the most expensive home for sale in every state.
For the purposes of this ranking, we looked at nonfarm properties consisting of one single-family home and chose those with the highest list price on Zillow at the time this article was written. We also have omitted properties with undisclosed addresses.
Check out these amazing abodes.
50. North Dakota
List price: $1.89 million
Location: West Fargo
This six-bedroom, six-bath home is a fantastic gateway to the life of luxury, with a saltwater pool and hot tub, outdoor living room, theater, bar and wine room. The exquisitely appointed kitchen alone features $80,000 in appliances, according to the listing.
49. South Dakota
List price: $2.25 million
The woodwork is striking at this 20-acre country estate close to Sioux Falls, especially in the 18-foot-ceiling great room. The wide-open floor plan and two gigantic kitchen islands provide ample space for hosting parties.
List price: $3.5 million
This 78.49-acre property on the edge of Nebraska’s capital city has plenty of entertainment possibilities — a music stage, basketball court, fishing, golf and an indoor theater. The 16,089-square-foot home contains six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Nature lovers will revel in the views from the home’s 50 windows of lakes, trees, rolling fields and the state Capitol building. Also on the property is the largest solar farm in Nebraska, according to the listing.
List price: $3.8 million
You’ll be greeted by a pair of waterfalls as you enter this 6,841-square-foot luxury residence on 1.2 acres, which boasts four bedrooms. Enjoy luscious views of mountains, the inlet and the city from wraparound windows or the balcony.
List price: $4.5 million
You won’t know what to do with all the land on this 590-acre estate, which the listing quite fairly describes as a “kingdom.”
Featuring five bedrooms over 6,738 square feet, the home overlooks a lake that takes up 4 acres by itself. There is also a 3-bedroom guest house on the property.
List price: $6 million
This extravagant 23,000-square-foot home on 28 acres — which currently also serves as an event venue — is nowhere near the ocean, but you can pretend when enjoying a dip in the indoor saltwater pool. After your swim, use one of several kitchens to cook up fish you caught in one of two well-stocked ponds on the property.
It’s not just mansions that are relatively affordable in Oklahoma. A 2019 analysis found that the Sooner State also boasts the second-most-affordable starter homes of any state.
List price: $6.5 million
This 15,000-square-foot waterfront home built in the 1930s sits on nearly 2 acres. It offers wondrous views of Lake Erie and the city, with a movie theater, wine cellar, bar, spa and a unique pool design lined in shimmering, imported glass tiles.
List price: $6.7 million
This amazing 111-acre estate is ideal for equestrian enthusiasts: three- and four-board horse fencing, automatic waterers, horse barn and a professional riding arena. But there is so much more for either residents or guests, including the Georgian manor’s main living area and a log cabin guest house that can sleep 14.
List price: $7.4 million
This spacious lodge sitting above a 55-acre lake is incredible, with amazing woodwork throughout. The listing describes the home as “spectacular and unique as it can be.”
List price: $7.9 million
Check out sunsets over downtown Mobile from this 2.6-acre waterfront property on Mobile Bay. Enter and walk across marble flooring to a grand spiral staircase. There is balcony access to all three bedrooms on the second floor, and there are 8.5 bathrooms in this 10,000-square-foot mansion.
Alabama also has the second-lowest property taxes in the nation, as we reported in “10 States With the Cheapest Property Taxes.”
List price: $8.5 million
This 6,870-square-foot home on 23 acres features majestic ocean and mountain views, a recreation room, exercise room, home theater, wine cellar and no less than six fireplaces. Stained glass doors and a vanishing edge swimming pool add extra touches of elegance.
List price: $9.75 million
There is plenty to keep you occupied on this 16,078-square-foot property located on the highest point around massive Lake Minnetonka, just southwest of Minneapolis. There’s a 3-hole golf course, theater, infinity pool and a wine cave. Five acres keeps it private.
List price: $9.9 million
Location: Spirit Lake
The numbers are astounding: 24,876 square feet, eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and six fireplaces. Walls of windows along this lakefront home offer scenic views of West Okoboji Lake, part of the chain known as the Iowa Great Lakes.
On any day, you can get creative in the art studio, enjoy a luxurious meal from the caterer’s kitchen, suck down a cold one in the Irish pub and watch a film in the home movie theater. No complaining about boredom here.
37. New Hampshire
List price: $10 million
This amazing waterfront property on Lake Winnipesaukee is great for entertaining guests, with a huge two-sided granite fireplace, soundproof media room, sun-filled great room, spa and “entertainer’s dream kitchen,” according to the listing. With 14,458 square feet over 6 acres to explore, your guests might need to take breaks at any of several lakeside decks.
35. Kansas (tie)
List price: $10.9 million
Location: Lake Quivira
This place is wild — scuba diving tunnels with fossils inside, a wine cellar and a 35-foot waterfall. Even the more pedestrian elements are awe-inspiring — commercial grade kitchens, two-story office, recreation room, library and conference rooms. After all that intensity inside, wind down outdoors with trees, wildlife and statues on 15 acres.
35. Arkansas (tie)
List price: $10.9 million
Location: Fort Smith
The game room in this marvel is bigger than a lot of houses at 2,400 square feet. Get a taste of luxury Mediterranean living and enjoy marble staircases and floors, Baccarat chandeliers and custom Italian mantles. There is even a treehouse inside this 18,000-square-foot property.
List price: $10.99 million
Location: Dewey Beach
This beachfront property fits 12 bedrooms into its nearly 10,000 square feet and features an eclectic mix of materials for walls and floors. Outdoor entertaining is a breeze with the expansive wooden deck and a substantial covered beachfront patio.
List price: $11.25 million
The two guest cottages on this 125-acre property have lake views, and there are five stocked lakes for private fishing. Architecture fans will love the stone flooring and magnificent wood beams throughout. After an amazing meal in the chef’s kitchen, enjoy a movie in the home theater or more active entertainment in the game room.
List price: $11.95 million
This 68-plus-acre property offers an “oasis of privacy,” according to the listing, afforded by verdant woodlands and large ponds.
With 11 bedrooms, there’s room for plenty of guests to take in the scenery and quiet solitude of the surrounding area, or to enjoy mini-golf on the grounds. Subterranean gallery space might make for great art displays, too.
List price: $12.5 million
Belly up to the imported bar from Malaysia and open a bottle from your wine cellar. Maybe walk across your sugar sand beach, take your boat out of the dock and cruise onto Raspberry Bay. Inside the 16,000-square-foot house, take in views of Lake Charlevoix while enjoying a blaze in one of eight fireplaces.
List price: $12.9 million
Location: Lake Geneva
Water takes center stage at this 13-bedroom, 16-bathroom, 13,000-square-foot property. A walkway leads from the expansive swimming pool to a resort-sized pier on Lake Geneva, on which you’ll have 210 feet of frontage.
Inside, plenty of big windows illuminate an amazing great room, formal dining room and library, with exquisite millwork and craftsmanship throughout. There are 12 bedrooms on the second level, and the lower level has two kitchens and a rec room.
29. West Virginia
List price: $13 million
This 19,000-square-foot magnificence has eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in a lush mountain setting. Enjoy views of the city and exquisite craftsmanship.
It’s not just big and beautiful that is affordable in the Mountain State. Money Talks News has reported that West Virginia ranked No. 1 for having the most affordable starter homes in the nation.
List price: $14 million
Location: Baton Rouge
This manor situated in the state’s capital city is a whopping 25,000-plus square feet. The guest house, at 4,800 square feet, is bigger than many houses in the U.S. This home is so big it even has an elevator to reach all the floors.
It’s easy to get lost here, but there’s plenty to see — chandeliers, double loggias, a massage room and a saltwater pool. There’s even a server room to take care of the house’s high-tech infrastructure.
27. South Carolina
List price: $14.75 million
Location: Johns Island
This nearly 1.5-acre property is perfect for beachfront entertaining on a beautiful summer day. Take in the 360-degree view from the rooftop deck overlooking the ocean to decide whether you’re in the mood to walk down your private boardwalk to the beach.
In cooler weather, enjoy the heated saltwater infinity pool instead, then warm up indoors in your English paneled library.
List price: $14.95 million
Nashville’s strong technology jobs market and cost of living may factor into the price of this home, as Money Talks News reported last year in “The 10 Best Cities to Invest in Real Estate Now.”
Go big and go home there with this stately 20,816-square-foot mansion, which features a glamorous spiral staircase, six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
25. New Mexico
List price: $15 million
Location: Santa Fe
The exposed wood-beam ceilings arches and beautiful grounds of this more than 12,000-square-foot abode enhance the feeling of New Mexico, as do the views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The charmingly rustic exterior hides a smartly modern interior with seven bedrooms.
List price: $15.5 million
This 12,000-square-foot home on 446 acres offers superb views of a lake, the Walnut River and wide open hills and pastures. A winding paved road, well-maintained fences and covered bridges add to the rustic charm of the property.
Entertain on the 6,000-square-foot covered patio, or bring guests into the media room and bar. Then, show them the 40,000-square-foot luxury car storage facility.
23. North Carolina
List price: $16.49 million
Location: Wrightsville Beach
This lavish, 8,622-square-foot mid-century modern home takes up most of its 10,494-square-foot lot. But it packs a lot into its space, with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and an elaborately narrow and vertical style.
List price: $17.8 million
This is resort living, pure and simple, with a waterfall, spa and pool, college-regulation-sized gym, commercial-grade workout facility, and movie theater room.
Inside the walls of this 30,000-square-foot home is a great room that is two stories high. Craftmanship is also at the highest level, with Brazilian hardwood, beautiful stonework and architectural perfection throughout.
With this property, however, be sure to budget for property taxes. WalletHub recently ranked Illinois as having the second-highest effective real estate tax rate in the country.
List price: $22 million
This mammoth property east of Provo has six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, but there is plenty of room to spread out considering the mansion is 49,568 square feet. Among the vastness is an indoor basketball court, sauna, pool and bowling alley. The entrance hall, great room and formal dining room are also massive.
List price: $23.95 million
This 14,467-square-foot Manor-style home built in 1930 has 11 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and garage space for 10 cars. It sits on 67.7 acres of expansive gardens and landscaping, featuring two pools.
List price: $24 million
The 507-acre R&B Ranch is elegant Northwest country living at its finest. Be awe-inspired by stunning views of the Cascade Mountains, or take a horse ride and then drink a cold draft at the barn saloon. The guest home itself is 6,263 square feet, and the manager’s home is 3,727 square feet. The wood and stone finishes are exquisite throughout.
List price: $24.9 million
There is so much about this 35,435-square-foot home that amazes — the panoramic views of the Severn River, Asian tea house, secret vault and private dock. Then there are the three bedrooms and two bathrooms — in just the guest house.
If there is any negative associated with buying this mansion, it is that the Old Line State is the only one in the nation that has both estate and inheritance taxes, as Money Talks News reported in “17 States With Inheritance or Estate Taxes — or Both.”
List price: $25 million
This 7,711-square-foot property comes with everything currently on it, including a pair of Jeep Wranglers. It’s got a wood-paneled library, theater, bowling alley, gym, sports courts, outdoor kitchen and more.
15. Washington (tie)
List price: $28 million
Location: Orcas Island
Location, location, location. The San Juan Islands are a gem of the Pacific Northwest, and this five-bedroom, three-bath, 4,877-square-foot property on Orcas Island has water views from rooms and outside decks.
15. Montana (tie)
List price: $28 million
Location: Three Forks
The views from this 3,700-plus-acre ranch are abundant and include the Gallatin Valley, Bridger Mountains and Missouri River Valley. The finely-crafted 9,690-square-foot main house features eight bedrooms, and the property also has a guest home, barn, hunting cabin and ranch manager’s home. The acreage is divided into 21 parcels.
List price: $29.95 million
Own a piece of little piece of history with this property. This 38,500-square-foot Georgian Revival-style stone house dating to the 1700s has been carefully restored and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It sits on 1,471 acres, which includes farmland and equestrian areas.
List price: $29,999,999
This 2.33-acre chateau feels transported out of a different time and into the Texas woods. There is more than 26,000 square feet of palatial grounds filled with ornate columns, antique wood paneling, marble fireplaces and chandeliers galore.
List price: $30 million
This 16,620-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom lakefront home even has a name: SkyPine. With 870 feet of frontage to Lake Coeur d’Alene and a 2,400-square-foot boat house, you’ll spend a lot of time enjoying the water.
List price: $32 million
This 15,534-square-foot property is a stunner located amid cactus and sagebrush in the guard-gated community of Silverleaf.
Take in views of the McDowell Mountains and the lights of Scottsdale with a beverage created at the full bar in the living room or a bottle from the wine cellar. Or, practice your shooting and archery in the soundproof ranges.
10. New Jersey
List price: $32.9 million
A martini parlor, his and hers libraries and a saltwater gunite pool are some of the intriguing features of this 30,000-square-foot property with 12 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. Elegance and fine craftsmanship are everywhere, with stone, marble and valuable woodwork. Throw in the elevator, wine-tasting room and heated driveway, and you realize this home leaves no stone unturned.
Leave room in the budget for property taxes — New Jersey has the highest rate (2.47%) in the country.
List price: $33.9 million
Winter fans will love this 118-acre property in the highly sought-after Riva Ridge subdivision. Snowmobile or ski on your own land as you take in views of the Teton Range. Catch a trout in the stocked pond, and get cozy in the gorgeous interior that combines country living with amazing modern amenities and finishes.
List price: $34.99 million
Natural splendor is abundant in this Belle Haven waterfront estate — a wisteria-laden pergola, flowering trees, vast lawns and views of Greenwich Harbor leading out to Long Island Sound.
The master suite has a fireplace and his and hers en suites, and you’ll find meal masterpieces are all the more possible in the gourmet kitchen with two granite islands. Grab a book from the elegant library and read in the solarium, or ward off the chilly East Coast winters in front of one of multiple fireplaces.
7. Rhode Island
List price: $37 million
There is no missing a view of the Atlantic Ocean from one of 49 windows in the 7,000-square-foot main house and 33 in the 3,000-square-foot guest house.
Water is the watchword of this estate, with two private moorings for access to Prices Neck Cove and an infinity pool for good measure. Entertain up to 2,000 people for cocktails or 1,000 for dinner at the “Pavilion,” or enjoy some solitude in the exquisite living area that is more like a four-star hotel than a home.
List price: $37.5 million
The listing describes the location as “the crown jewel of conservation land known as Hawea Point in West Maui.” This property stretches nearly a mile between Namalu Bay and Oneloa Bay, and even has its own Coast Guard light. Four oceanfront suites have private lanais, and outdoor living is a dream with a magnificent pool, multiple kitchens and an amazing barbecue space. Part of the property is protected by a land trust and is a site for seabird nesting.
Buying property will cost you a bundle in the state of Hawaii, but you’ll save on property taxes. The Aloha State has the lowest effective real estate tax rate in the country, as Money Talks News reports in “10 States With the Cheapest Property Taxes.”
List price: $48 million
This 20,377-square-foot stunner offers awe-inspiring lake views. It has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a little beach to call your own.
List price: $49.5 million
This 19,202-square-foot home boasts indoor and outdoor pools, majestic patio and terrace spaces, and exquisite views of Aspen peaks from its own perch on Red Mountain. It’s got everything you could possibly want — except a catapult, because those are illegal to use in the city, as we reported in “8 Odd State and Local Laws.”
List price: $65 million
This 11,511-square-foot property boasts 303 feet of private beach access on the Gulf of Mexico. Wood-paneled craftsmanship inside this six-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion is exquisite, and an expansive pool fronts the beach and a line of palm trees.
2. New York
List price: $79 million
Location: New York City
Step into life in the wake of the Gilded Age when you enter this 20,000-square-foot mansion built in 1910. Just a few houses off Central Park and Fifth Avenue, this six-level, 40-foot wide marvel also has 2,650 feet on the roof terrace. The lower level contains a saline swimming pool and two saunas, and there is a split-level movie theater. Even the sidewalk is heated to allow for snow removal.
List price: $160 million
Location: Beverly Hills
This 9-acre Italian village took more than seven years to create and even has its own street. The backyard is over 4 acres and has a running trail, tennis court and stunning pool that offer plenty of recreational opportunities. Inside the property are 20 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms spread over 28,660 square feet.